While portions of the Affordable Care Act have already been rolled out, the largest impact is yet to take place. If you are a patient, health care provider, employer, business or health insurance plan, we can help with your questions.read more
Dispute and conflict resolution is effective in resolving disputes involving business partnerships, business-vendor issues, health care disputes, personal injury, medical malpractice claims and more.read more
Donna J. Craig, RN, JD, as a nurse attorney, is particularly qualified to advise clients in the defense of health care providers facing professional license issues because of her extensive experience.read more
Home health agencies, durable medical equipment (“DME”) companies and other suppliers and providers of health care services also must be concerned with complying with the Anti-Kickback Statute and other Michigan and federal laws, rules, and regulations. Each year the Office of Inspector General (“OIG”) publishes its work plan for the upcoming year. The work plan sets forth the areas of law in which the OIG wishes to focus its efforts by overseeing and identifying unacceptable practices by health care providers and suppliers. Some of the areas in which the OIG is focusing on whether various health care providers and suppliers are compliant with Michigan and federal law, are set forth here..